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  • Overall approach
    2/10
    • Overarching commitment on deforestation
      0/4
      Overall commitment
      Commodity-specific commitment - commitment that does not apply to all of the commodities the company is exposed to
      0/4
      Which commodities does the commodity-specific commitment apply to?: Palm oil

      Do they have a commitment for other non-Forest 500 commodities, if so which?: NA
      "IFFCO's goal is to work with key stakeholders to deliver a fully traceable and sustainable palm oil by end of 2021. Along with the adoption of sustainability certification standards such as RSPO, ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil), MSPO (Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil) and ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification), IFFCO adopts the No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) principles for all palm oil in its supply chain. The sustainability goals also apply to practices within our operations where applicable."
    • Signatory to an initiative tackling deforestation
      0/1
    • Awareness of the value of forests
      1/1
      Awareness
      Yes
      1/1
      "IFFCO’s milestone is to promote and communicate the practices by direct suppliers as part of the transformation of palm oil industry. This will include communicating HCS, HCV and peat areas that are conserved; biodiversity that is maintained and enriched; enhancement of productivities; and best management practices of smallholders."
    • Deforestation as a business risk
      1/1
      Business risk
      Yes
      1/1
      Palm Oil Sustainability Goals [...] No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) [...] IFFCO recognizes that palm oil is one of the key ingredients that it sources, processes and trades within its business. Palm oil is the largest traded vegetable oil in the world; it is highly efficient in terms of yield per hectare and a highly versatile ingredient for food, feed, fuel and oleochemical products. With all of these strengths, producing palm oil sustainably is of utmost importance to the world, and subsequently to IFFCO's long-term business."
    • High-level management of deforestion
      0/1
    • Executive compensation linked to deforestation
    • Target to reduce emissions from land-use change
      0/1
    • Reporting on emissions from land-use change
      0/1
    • Disclosure of conservation activity
    • Disclosure of reforestation activity
    • Target to reduce emissions in scope 1/2
  • Commodity score
    24/90
    • Palm oil
      45/90
      • Commitment Strength
        13/17
        • Commodity-specific deforestation commitment
          6/9.5
          • Commitment details
            Zero-gross deforestation
            4/6
            Commodity-specific deforestation commitment
            Zero-gross deforestation
            4/6
            Which certification schemes are used?: RSPO

            When was this commitment set?: 2020

            Does the company have a commitment to the protection of other specific named ecosystems?: HCS; Peat
            "IFFCO's goal is to work with key stakeholders to deliver a fully traceable and sustainable palm oil by end of 2021. Along with the adoption of sustainability certification standards such as RSPO, ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil), MSPO (Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil) and ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification), IFFCO adopts the No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) principles for all palm oil in its supply chain. The sustainability goals also apply to practices within our operations where applicable. We work to deliver palm oil products that are produced in accordance with these commitments:"
          • Commitment applies to all regions, suppliers and operation
            Yes
            2/2
            Commitment applies to all regions, suppliers and operation
            Yes
            2/2
            "IFFCO's goal is to work with key stakeholders to deliver a fully traceable and sustainable palm oil by end of 2021. Along with the adoption of sustainability certification standards such as RSPO, ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil), MSPO (Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil) and ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification), IFFCO adopts the No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) principles for all palm oil in its supply chain. The sustainability goals also apply to practices within our operations where applicable. We work to deliver palm oil products that are produced in accordance with these commitments:"
          • Target date
            Past target date, not updated or not achieved
            0/1
            Target date
            Past target date, not updated or not achieved
            0/1
            What actions or steps are identified for time-bound implementation?: 2020
            "IFFCO's goal is to work with key stakeholders to deliver a fully traceable and sustainable palm oil by end of 2021. Along with the adoption of sustainability certification standards such as RSPO, ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil), MSPO (Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil) and ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification), IFFCO adopts the No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) principles for all palm oil in its supply chain. The sustainability goals also apply to practices within our operations where applicable. We work to deliver palm oil products that are produced in accordance with these commitments:"
          • Interim target date
            No
            0/0.5
            Interim target date
            No
            0/0.5
            "IFFCO's goal is to work with key stakeholders to deliver a fully traceable and sustainable palm oil by end of 2021. Along with the adoption of sustainability certification standards such as RSPO, ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil), MSPO (Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil) and ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification), IFFCO adopts the No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) principles for all palm oil in its supply chain. The sustainability goals also apply to practices within our operations where applicable. We work to deliver palm oil products that are produced in accordance with these commitments:"
        • Commitment to a traceable supply chain
          7/7.5
          • Commitment details
            Traces to Point of production
            4/4
            Commitment to a traceable supply chain
            Traces to Point of production
            4/4
            When was this commitment set?: 2020
            "FFCO's goal is to work with key stakeholders to deliver a fully traceable and sustainable palm oil by end of 2021. Along with the adoption of sustainability certification standards such as RSPO, ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil), MSPO (Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil) and ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification), IFFCO adopts the No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) principles for all palm oil in its supply chain. The sustainability goals also apply to practices within our operations where applicable."[...]"IFFCO’s milestone is to achieve full traceability to mill by mid-2019 and traceability to plantation by 2021."[...]"Our record for the first half of 2020 showed that the palm oil products sourced and processed were 100% traceable to the palm oil mills at the Group level and more than 75% traceable to plantations level. This traceability is higher than our target of 50% by the end of 2020. The traceability data and our due diligence practices are fundamental in ensuring no deforestation within our palm supply chain."
          • Commitment applies to all regions, suppliers and operation
            Yes
            2/2
            Commitment applies to all regions, suppliers and operation
            Yes
            2/2
            "FFCO's goal is to work with key stakeholders to deliver a fully traceable and sustainable palm oil by end of 2021. Along with the adoption of sustainability certification standards such as RSPO, ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil), MSPO (Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil) and ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification), IFFCO adopts the No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) principles for all palm oil in its supply chain. The sustainability goals also apply to practices within our operations where applicable."[...]"IFFCO’s milestone is to achieve full traceability to mill by mid-2019 and traceability to plantation by 2021."[...]"Our record for the first half of 2020 showed that the palm oil products sourced and processed were 100% traceable to the palm oil mills at the Group level and more than 75% traceable to plantations level. This traceability is higher than our target of 50% by the end of 2020. The traceability data and our due diligence practices are fundamental in ensuring no deforestation within our palm supply chain."
          • Target date
            Past target date, not updated or not achieved
            0/1
            Target date
            Past target date, not updated or not achieved
            0/1
            What actions or steps are identified for time-bound implementation?: NA
            "IFFCO's goal is to work with key stakeholders to deliver a fully traceable and sustainable palm oil by end of 2021. Along with the adoption of sustainability certification standards such as RSPO, ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil), MSPO (Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil) and ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification), IFFCO adopts the No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) principles for all palm oil in its supply chain. The sustainability goals also apply to practices within our operations where applicable."[...]"IFFCO’s milestone is to achieve full traceability to mill by mid-2019 and traceability to plantation by 2021."[...]"Our record for the first half of 2020 showed that the palm oil products sourced and processed were 100% traceable to the palm oil mills at the Group level and more than 75% traceable to plantations level. This traceability is higher than our target of 50% by the end of 2020. The traceability data and our due diligence practices are fundamental in ensuring no deforestation within our palm supply chain."
          • Interim target date
            Yes
            0.5/0.5
            Interim target date
            Yes
            0.5/0.5
            What date is given for the interim milestone?: 2020
            "IFFCO's goal is to work with key stakeholders to deliver a fully traceable and sustainable palm oil by end of 2021. Along with the adoption of sustainability certification standards such as RSPO, ISPO (Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil), MSPO (Malaysia Sustainable Palm Oil) and ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification), IFFCO adopts the No Deforestation, No Peat and No Exploitation (NDPE) principles for all palm oil in its supply chain. The sustainability goals also apply to practices within our operations where applicable."[...]"IFFCO’s milestone is to achieve full traceability to mill by mid-2019 and traceability to plantation by 2021."[...]"Our record for the first half of 2020 showed that the palm oil products sourced and processed were 100% traceable to the palm oil mills at the Group level and more than 75% traceable to plantations level. This traceability is higher than our target of 50% by the end of 2020. The traceability data and our due diligence practices are fundamental in ensuring no deforestation within our palm supply chain."
      • Associated Human Rights Abuses
        9/17
        • Labour rights in the supply chain
          Yes
          3/3
          Labour rights in the supply chain
          Yes
          3/3
          How far back in the supply chain does this commitment apply?: Tier 1

          Details of commitment: UN Declaration for HR; Discrimination; Forced labour; Child labour; Freedom of association

          Other workers' rights commitments: Guaranteed safe and healthy workspaces; Free from abusive practices/undue disciplinary procedures
          "We work to deliver palm oil products that are produced in accordance with these commitments: Social Responsibility  Uphold and promote United Nations Universal Declaration on Human Rights Respect and recognize the rights of all workers including contract, temporary and migrant workers  Uphold the right of all workers to form and join trade unions of their choice as long as it is within and in conjunction with the local laws  Provide fair and equal employment opportunities and benefits to all employees, regardless of race, religion or gender  Recruitment practices are transparent and fair and ensure zero recruitment fee. Direct recruitment is encouraged and recruitment process is well documented.  Prohibit any retention of identity documents unless required by law or agreed by workers for safety purpose  Implement policies to prevent and remediate harassment and abuse, including sexual harassment and abuse  Prohibit child labour and take appropriate measures to prevent child labour  Prohibit forced labour, bonded labour and human trafficking are not used or promoted, and appropriate measures are taken to prevent the use of such labour  Promote safe and healthy working environment and provide workers with adequate equipment and training to ensure that workers are protected from exposure to occupational health and safety hazards  Ensure that all workers are paid a wage equal or exceeding the minimum wage and overtime compensation in accordance with the local and national labour regulations, taking into account reasonable production targets and working hours and prohibit unlawful wage deduction"
        • Inclusion of small-scale farmers
          Yes
          2/2
          Inclusion of small-scale farmers
          Yes
          2/2
          What is the nature of that support?: Technical assistance/support; Education and training, Economic

          How many smallholders do they support, and what percentage does this represent in terms of their sourcing from smallholders?: Not specified
          "Smallholders  Support the inclusion of smallholders into the supply chain and provide technical assistance and support to help them achieve compliance with required standards and policies  Identity and initiate program to improve the smallholder participation in the sustainable palm oil supply chain"
        • Gender equality in the supply chain
          Commitment to ensure equality of women in the supply chain
          1/2
          Gender equality in the supply chain
          Commitment to ensure equality of women in the supply chain
          1/2
          Commitments: "Provide fair and equal employment opportunities and benefits to all employees, regardless of race, religion or gender [..] IFFCO will work closely with suppliers, and engage all relevant stakeholders whenever necessary, to help them apply and comply with this policy within a reasonable timeline and benefit from its implementation. The policy applies to our suppliers as of January 2019, following the adoption of this Group policy"
        • Commitment to remediation
          No
          0/1
        • Commitment to test Free, Prior and Informed Consent
          Yes, and commits to not proceeding with these operations unless consent has been given by Indigenous peoples and local communities
          3/3
          Commitment to test Free, Prior and Informed Consent
          Yes, and commits to not proceeding with these operations unless consent has been given by Indigenous peoples and local communities
          3/3
          How far back in the supply chain does this commitment apply?: Tier 1
          "Respect the rights of indigenous and local communities to give or withhold their Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC)"
        • Commitment to respect customary rights to land, resources, and territory
          No
          0/3
        • Zero-tolerance approach to violence and threats
          No
          0/3
      • Implementation and Reporting
        23/56
        • Reporting proportion of compliant volumes
          0/0
        • Reporting is independently verified
          Yes, using a third-party verification scheme or certification scheme
          2/2
          Reporting is independently verified
          Yes, using a third-party verification scheme or certification scheme
          2/2
          Is the performance of compliance of some suppliers, sources, or origins not verified, and if so why not?: na

          What percent of the company's supply volume is verified using company verification systems?: 0%

          Which processes or groups does the company use for third party verification?: RSPO

          Which tools, approaches, third-party verification, including certification, schemes are used?: RSPO

          What methods are used for verification?: RSPO

          For what percent of the company's supply volume is third-party verification of performance relative to commitments conducted?: 100%
        • Suppliers aligned with deforestation commitments across supply chain
          Yes, encouraged
          0/3
          Suppliers aligned with deforestation commitments across supply chain
          Yes, encouraged
          0/3
          "IFFCO recognizes the importance of partnership with stakeholders to deliver its goals within the targeted timeline. This includes initiating program to improve the smallholder participation in the sustainable palm oil supply chain, enhancing their productivity and thus reducing the risk of expansion, which often threatens HCV areas and HCS forest. IFFCO will promote and communicate on best practices by its suppliers and collectively work towards the further transformation of the palm oil industry."
        • Deforestation cut off date
          No
          0/2
        • Collaborative actions
          No
          0/2
        • Jurisdictional approach focused on sustainable land use
          No
          0/2
        • Risk assessments for forest risk
          No
          0/2
        • Operations assessed to comply with law
          Yes
          2/2
          Operations assessed to comply with law
          Yes
          2/2
          "Suppliers must comply with this Code and the law. Suppliers shall be responsible for any monitoring or documenting of their compliance and their efforts to promote compliance within their supply chains. IFFCO reserves the right to investigate any instances of a Supplier’s noncompliance of which it becomes aware. Noncompliance may be grounds for IFFCO to terminate contractual obligations with the Supplier. [...] The documentation necessary to verify compliance with the Code and with all Applicable Laws and Regulations shall be maintained, and shall be made available upon request of IFFCO or its third-party auditor"
        • Accessible grievance mechanism
          Yes, and published details of any grievances within the last two years (2019-2021)
          4/4
          Accessible grievance mechanism
          Yes, and published details of any grievances within the last two years (2019-2021)
          4/4
          What is the nature of the grievance mechanism used by the company?: Own mechanism

          Which issues does the grievance mechanism cover?: Social; Environmental
          "Issues are defined as alleged practices in suppliers’ upstream operation that do not comply with IFFCO’s Group Sustainability Policy, e.g. reports of deforestation, biodiversity loss, or conflict with communities. These reports maybe received from sources such as NGOs, the media, RSPO communication, or other civil society organization, as well as through the internal company network and alert from customers. The procedure is applicable to all production sites (plantation, mills and refineries) that supply IFFCO with CPO or palm derivatives. [..] Issues Submission Issues can be expressed and addressed to Head of Sustainability at [email protected], and should include provisions of the following information:  Full Name  Name of Organization (if any)  Job Title  Address  Phone No./Email Address (at least one contact point)  Description of the issues in detail  Evidences to support the issues"
        • Report volumes of commodity sourced/used
          Reporting total volume
          3/3
          Report volumes of commodity sourced/used
          Reporting total volume
          3/3
          What is the non-DCF commodity volume sourced from known production areas, and proportion of total supply chain volume this represents?: NA

          Reporting certified/compliant volume: 44,797.34 tonnes

          Total volume: 794,770 tonnes

          What product types/sectors is this in?: Palm oil

          Reporting non-certified/non-compliant volume: 749,972.66 tonnes
          In their 2020 ACOP report, IFFCO state a total of 794,770 tonnes of palm oil, 44,797.34 of which is RSPO certified
        • Monitor compliance for labour rights and FPIC
          No
          0/5
        • Monitor compliance for zero tolerance approach and customary rights
          No
          0/5
        • Downstream: Reporting suppliers
          Yes, report direct suppliers; Yes, report indirect suppliers
          4/4
          Downstream: Reporting suppliers
          Yes, report direct suppliers; Yes, report indirect suppliers
          4/4
          For what percent of suppliers' production areas are point locations disclosed?: 100%

          For what percent of smallholder suppliers is location disclosed?: NA

          For what percent are boundaries disclosed?: 0%

          For what percent is no location data disclosed?: NA

          What is the volume of each forest risk commodity that the company sourced in the previous year from each national or subnational location?: NA

          What type of location data (boundary, point, etc.) is provided for smallholder farms?: NA

          Does the company disclose location of suppliers' production areas or primary processing sites?: Yes

          From what sub-national jurisdiction(s) does the company source material?: Riau ; Jambi ; South Kalimantan ; Central Kalimantan ; West Kalimantan ; East Kalimantan ; North Kalimantan ; South Sumatra ; Bangka Belitung ; West Sumatra ; Sarawak ; Johor ; Pahang ; Negeri Sembelin ; Terengganu ; Kelantan ;

          From what country(ies) does the company source material?: Malaysia ; Singapore ; Indonesia
          IFFCO publishes an extensive list of its palm oil suppliers.
        • Downstream: Monitor compliance in supply chain
          No
          0/4
        • Downstream: Reporting hectares of deforestation
          No
          0/4
        • Downstream: Engagement with non-compliant suppliers
          Suspend suppliers, engage to bring into compliance, and reintroduce to the supply chain
          2/2
          Downstream: Engagement with non-compliant suppliers
          Suspend suppliers, engage to bring into compliance, and reintroduce to the supply chain
          2/2
          Does the company commit to engage with rightsholders, Indigenous peoples and local communities when developing the implementation plan?: No

          Does the company engage non-compliant indirect suppliers in order to address and remedy non-compliance?: No

          Does the company work with the non-compliant supplier to develop an implementation plan to remedy associated harms or non-compliance?: Yes

          What criteria does the policy specify for blacklisting or exclusion?: Reports of non-compliance against the no deforestation policy

          What type of support does the company offer to its suppliers to help them achieve compliance with commitments?: Engagement
          "When allegation against Tier 1 supplier is received or made known to IFFCO, it is registered in the IFFCO system as Issues. IFFCO’s traceability data is then compared to ascertain the level of exposure of the specific supplier in IFFCO supply chain or footprint. The Issues is classified based on criteria to determine validity, priority to IFFCO, and degree of the allegation. IFFCO will seek clarification and further information from the reported Tier 1 and indirect suppliers on the subject of the issues, before further engagement is to take place to encourage development of action plans to address the issues along with timeline...Issues are evaluated and assessed against a set of criteria for decision making. These criteria are used to determine the validity of the complaints, the degree of significance of the issues, the priority rating for IFFCO, and assessment of whether good and sufficient progress is demonstrated.... Re-entry to the supply chain This procedure sets requirement for IFFCO and its direct suspended suppliers to work towards re-entry into the supply chain. For environmental non-compliant, the minimum requirement includes: a. Commitment to adhere to NDPE policy b. Disclosure of concession map boundaries and list of subsidiary companies c. Planted areas and areas of remaining forest and peat d. Commitment to conservation and/or restoration where relevant. It is encouraged that the commitment is connected to support and contribute to a multistakeholder landscape-level sustainability initiative
        • Downstream: Disclosure of non-compliant suppliers
          Yes, engaged
          1/2
          Downstream: Disclosure of non-compliant suppliers
          Yes, engaged
          1/2
          Does the company have a list of blacklisted or otherwise excluded suppliers or producers?: No

          How many noncompliant producers or suppliers are engaged through improvement plans or other processes, and what percentage of the company's supply chain volume does that represent?: NA
          IFFCO publishes it's action plans for each supplier found to have breached their polices. Statues include whether or not they have been engaged with, or excluded from their supply chains
    • Pulp & Paper *
      2/90
      • Commitment Strength
        0/17
        • Commodity-specific deforestation commitment
          0/9.5
          • Commitment details
            No commitment
            0/6
          • Commitment applies to all regions, suppliers and operation
            No
            0/2
          • Target date
            Post 2050 or no target date
            0/1
          • Interim target date
            No
            0/0.5
        • Commitment to a traceable supply chain
          0/7.5
          • Commitment details
            No traceability commitment
            0/4
          • Commitment applies to all regions, suppliers and operation
            No
            0/2
          • Target date
            Post 2050 or no target date
            0/1
          • Interim target date
            No
            0/0.5
      • Associated Human Rights Abuses
        0/17
        • Labour rights in the supply chain
          No
          0/3
        • Inclusion of small-scale farmers
          No
          0/2
        • Gender equality in the supply chain
          No commitment
          0/2
        • Commitment to remediation
          No
          0/1
        • Commitment to test Free, Prior and Informed Consent
          No
          0/3
        • Commitment to respect customary rights to land, resources, and territory
          No
          0/3
        • Zero-tolerance approach to violence and threats
          No
          0/3
      • Implementation and Reporting
        2/56
        • Reporting is independently verified
          No
          0/2
        • Suppliers aligned with deforestation commitments across supply chain
          No
          0/3
        • Deforestation cut off date
          No
          0/2
        • Collaborative actions
          No
          0/2
        • Jurisdictional approach focused on sustainable land use
          No
          0/2
        • Risk assessments for forest risk
          No
          0/2
        • Operations assessed to comply with law
          Yes
          2/2
          Operations assessed to comply with law
          Yes
          2/2
          "Suppliers must comply with this Code and the law. Suppliers shall be responsible for any monitoring or documenting of their compliance and their efforts to promote compliance within their supply chains. IFFCO reserves the right to investigate any instances of a Supplier’s noncompliance of which it becomes aware. Noncompliance may be grounds for IFFCO to terminate contractual obligations with the Supplier. [...] The documentation necessary to verify compliance with the Code and with all Applicable Laws and Regulations shall be maintained, and shall be made available upon request of IFFCO or its third-party auditor"
        • Accessible grievance mechanism
          No
          0/4
        • Report volumes of commodity sourced/used
          No reporting
          0/3
        • Monitor compliance for labour rights and FPIC
          No
          0/5
        • Monitor compliance for zero tolerance approach and customary rights
          No
          0/5
        • Downstream: Reporting suppliers
          No
          0/4
        • Downstream: Monitor compliance in supply chain
          No
          0/4
        • Downstream: Reporting hectares of deforestation
          No
          0/4
        • Downstream: Engagement with non-compliant suppliers
          No engagement or exclusion
          0/2
        • Downstream: Disclosure of non-compliant suppliers
          No disclosure
          0/2
    • Soy *
      2/90
      • Commitment Strength
        0/17
        • Commodity-specific deforestation commitment
          0/9.5
          • Commitment details
            No commitment
            0/6
          • Commitment applies to all regions, suppliers and operation
            No
            0/2
          • Target date
            Post 2050 or no target date
            0/1
          • Interim target date
            No
            0/0.5
        • Commitment to a traceable supply chain
          0/7.5
          • Commitment details
            No traceability commitment
            0/4
          • Commitment applies to all regions, suppliers and operation
            No
            0/2
          • Target date
            Post 2050 or no target date
            0/1
          • Interim target date
            No
            0/0.5
      • Associated Human Rights Abuses
        0/17
        • Labour rights in the supply chain
          No
          0/3
        • Inclusion of small-scale farmers
          No
          0/2
        • Gender equality in the supply chain
          No commitment
          0/2
        • Commitment to remediation
          No
          0/1
        • Commitment to test Free, Prior and Informed Consent
          No
          0/3
        • Commitment to respect customary rights to land, resources, and territory
          No
          0/3
        • Zero-tolerance approach to violence and threats
          No
          0/3
      • Implementation and Reporting
        2/56
        • Reporting is independently verified
          No
          0/2
        • Suppliers aligned with deforestation commitments across supply chain
          No
          0/3
        • Deforestation cut off date
          No
          0/2
        • Collaborative actions
          No
          0/2
        • Jurisdictional approach focused on sustainable land use
          No
          0/2
        • Risk assessments for forest risk
          No
          0/2
        • Operations assessed to comply with law
          Yes
          2/2
          Operations assessed to comply with law
          Yes
          2/2
          "Suppliers must comply with this Code and the law. Suppliers shall be responsible for any monitoring or documenting of their compliance and their efforts to promote compliance within their supply chains. IFFCO reserves the right to investigate any instances of a Supplier’s noncompliance of which it becomes aware. Noncompliance may be grounds for IFFCO to terminate contractual obligations with the Supplier. [...] The documentation necessary to verify compliance with the Code and with all Applicable Laws and Regulations shall be maintained, and shall be made available upon request of IFFCO or its third-party auditor"
        • Accessible grievance mechanism
          No
          0/4
        • Report volumes of commodity sourced/used
          No reporting
          0/3
        • Monitor compliance for labour rights and FPIC
          No
          0/5
        • Monitor compliance for zero tolerance approach and customary rights
          No
          0/5
        • Upstream: Impact assessments for land development/acquisition
          No
          0/4
        • Upstream: Reporting production/processing locations
          No disclosure
          0/4
        • Upstream: Monitor compliance of production/processing
          No
          0/4
        • Upstream: Reporting hectares of deforestation
          No
          0/4
  • * commodity scores for which a company is not a powerbroker are given half the weighting of other commodities in total scores

  • Commitment strength
    6/17
    Avg. score
  • Implementation and Reporting
    13/56
    Avg. score
  • Associated Human Rights Abuses
    5/17
    Avg. score

Profile

IFFCO is a business house based in the United Arab Emirates. The company have products within impulse food, agri-business, oils and fats, chemicals, and packaging. Well-known brands include Allana, Tiffany, London Dairy, and Igloo. IFFCO provides services to consumers in the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe, West Asia, Australia, and the US. Operations within packaged foods and oils and fats typically use forest risk commodities such as palm oil and soy. The company also has key palm oil processing operations in Pakistan and Indonesia. IFFCO is selected as a powerbroker for palm oil and is also assessed for its exposure to soy and paper packaging.

Sector
Industry sector 
Agricultural Products, Food Distributors, Packaged Foods & Meats, Paper Packaging
Segments
Trader, Processor, Manufacturer
HQ
HQ 
United Arab Emirates
Company Type
Company type 
CO
Collective Commitments
Consumer Goods Forum member
New York Declaration on Forests signatory

Top Brands

London Dairy, Igloo, Quanta, Tiffany, Tom, Noor, Rahma, Sunny, Sunflow, Allegro, Golden Maize, Al Baker, Al Khazna, A'Rayaf, Shama, Nabil, Savannah, Evpet

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